By Swami Swahananda, 211 Pages, Paperback.
Swami Vivekananda's was a mother's heart. At the sight of suffering he would be overwhelmed. By service, Swami Vivekananda meant not only ameliorative service, but also all types of social action for all-round social welfare. Social reform and social work are all included in his doctrine of service. The major point in this doctrine is that we are to worship God in man by rendering service to the latter. He coined the word Daridranarayan, God in the form of the poor and asked us to serve him.